The International Energy Agency (IEA) has published its first outlook for 2020. In its Oil Market Report: 2020 vision, the consequences for oil demand are becoming apparent, the IEA says.
Dundee Sustainable Technologies (DST) of Montreal, has provided an update on its industrial scale plant its proprietary arsenic stabilization technology.
Research Triangle Park, NC-based ISA, a global professional society comprised of automation engineers and technicians, has entered into an agreement with The Open Group Open Process Automation Forum (OPAF) to facilitate cybersecurity testing of prototype O-PAS compliant components.
Thomson Industries, a manufacturer of mechanical motion control solutions, sponsored the 22nd year of the International ¼ Scale Tractor Student Design Competition (IQS) of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), donating US$15,000 worth of motion control products.
The Schneider Electric Foundation, under the aegis of the Fondation de France, has entered a four-year partnership with the Solar Impulse Foundation, which is selecting 1,000 solutions that protect the environment in a profitable way and awarding them the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution label.
The federal government has earmarked $275 million into LNG Canada’s $40 billion liquefied natural gas project in Kitimat, BC. Finance Minister Bill Morneau made the announcement last month in Kitimat, announcing the $220 million will be directed toward buying energy-efficient gas turbines for the project, with the additional $55 million spent on replacing the Haisla Bridge in Kitimat, which is expected to see an increase in traffic.
CORTEC, a manufacturer of API valves based in Houma, LA, has been audited and approved as an API 6D licensed manufacturer. The specification defines the requirements for the design, manufacturing, assembly, testing and documentation of ball, check gate and plug valves for application in pipeline and piping systems for the petroleum and natural gas industries.
A sawmill in McBride, B.C., that shutdown 13 years ago is getting a new life as a wood pellet plant. Boreal BioEnergy, under an exclusive technology license, can produce torrefied (black) pellets from almost any kind of available wood fibre.